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walls wanting to get out. now at 4:30... brendan dassey-- inchi latest on the back and forth efforts by the state to keep him behind bars. also this morning... police right now -- searching for the suspect in an armed robbery and shooting in west allis. we have the latest on the investigation. good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert rob haswell in the weather office. partly sunny, breezy and warm on thursday with a record high of 69. the current record is 69. clouds will be on the increase on friday as a powerful storm system moves in. it will be
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showers friday afternoon/night. the rain could mix with a few snowflakes or change to a few flurries before ending saturday morning. we have a big cool down for the weekend. wind chills in the 20s all day saturday. thursday: partly sunny, breezy and warm. record: 69 high: 69 wind: s 10-20 mph the brendan dassey case this morning. he remains behind bars, even though a judge has ordered he be released. this is a live look outside the columbia correctional institution in portage-- media from around the state are on prison watch. the state of wisconsin has made a last ditch effort to keep brendan dassey in prison. angelica joins us from the newsroom with the latest. the state has filed an emergency appeal with a higher court--
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should stay in prison until his case is resolved in court. dassey's conviction for his role in the rape and murder or teresa halbach was tossed in august. the state has appealed. state prosecutors argue the lower court did not have the authority to order dassey's release and by doing so would cause irreparably harm to the case. dassey's attorney argue the state has not made a case to keep him locked up. his family hopes he'll be out by friday. it's one step closer, their do their thing and they are fighting but we want him out this week. dassey must be released no later than 8 p-m on friday unless the 7th circuit of appeals rules otherwise. the appeals court has been asked to make a decision before the deadline. you can read the judge's order on our website fox6 now dot com. the story's on our home page. you can also search "avery
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story going back as far as 2003. kim and jessob. back to you. developing overnight... a customer is shot during an armed robbery at a cricket wireless store in west allis. police say the customer suffered a gunshot wound. the robbery happened at the cricket store near highway 100 and cleveland last night. the victim was taken to a nearby hospital. we are told that person's injuries were not life threatening. no arrests have been made as police continue to investigate. also from overnight... two sheboygan county. authorities say a driver failed to stop at a stop sign in the town of rhine-- colliding with another vehicle. an 80 year old man and 79-year-old woman were killed. the driver of the car that was struck is expected to be okay. happening now-- milwaukee police are searching for the suspect after a teenager is shot and killed on the city's north side. officers say an 18-year-old man was shot and killed near 68-th and congress around 4 yesterday afternoon... investigators believe the shooting followed an argument. witnesses
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when the suspect came up and fired multiple times. police are still looking for the suspect. three men -- accused of impersonating milwaukee police officers and holding another man at gunpoint-- are due in court today. police say zedric byrd.... justin figgs... and brandon streff.... went to a home near 67-th and carmen and told the residents they were m-p-d officers serving a search warrant. investigator say the three targeted the man who lives in this house because he allegedly shorted them on a drug transaction. the alleged drug after... is also in custody... their preliminary hearings are each scheduled for 8-30 this morning. an 18-year-old delafield man faces multiple felonies-- accused of making and selling drugs. according to court documents - authorities caught on to 18-year-old jason makofski after he sold marijuana to a confidential informant. police got a search warrant and found marijuana, l-s-d and cocaine inside his home. that's on top of two different synthetic drugs. they say they also found quite a bit of drug
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sheriff says they made a bust so big it will have a ripple effect across dodge county. 27-year-old lucretia lightfoot faces 16 counts related to creating and delivering heroin and cocaine. she's accused of running a large- scale operation, with multiple, lower-level distributors. vulgar-- offensive and tasteless--- thats what m-p-s officials are calling a controversial ad recently published in a local culture magazine. it mentions pregnancy and abortion -- while calling attention to students at bradley tech high school at walkers point. it reads 'sabbatic is for lovers' and in bold print: 'our back alley: where 50% of bradley tech pregnancies start and end'. bar owner jay stamates is no stranger to controversy, but the ad is causing him to receive a flood of angry calls and texts. it turns out a lot of people whove never come to my bar never been to my bar really are upset with me! for safety reasons he did not
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he says his bar has been a victim of crimes and believes students at bradley tech high school are responsible. police say they've never found evidence students are to blame. mps acknowledges the magazine publisher and the bar owner have a right to freedom of speech, but say the ad as vulgar and tasteless losers of three straight games .. the mood outside of the packers locker room is bleak. however, that might not be the situation inside lambeau. that's where tim van vooren is for the blitz. "the last time the packers went to the nations capital they were soaring pretty high and they would second round of the nfc playoffs. this time around reeling off a three game losing streak, four of the last five. coach says spirits are still buoyed." "mood is focused i would say. i thought the correction phase monday was what it needed to be. a little more conversation than normal. today they were dialed in." "with the team skidding, mike mccarthy's 116-67-1 career record is obscured by current troubles, not to the quarterback though." "we've set the standard pretty high, but i wouldn't listen to some of those people out there. they're not in this locker room. they're not in meeting rooms. they're not in the practice environment. so they don't know what's going on. they
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have here and that mike has here. especially guys like mike florio. don't waste your time reading crap like that." "mike mccarthy preaches continuity and wants that constant mood. doesn't want the highs and lows. one other constant this season has been the roster turnover more of it on wednesday former michael claimed off waivers they will try another body in the backfield in green bay. at lambeau field tim van vooren fox6 sports." a central illinois community is picking up the pieces this morning after a deadly explosion... what investigators believe caused the blast. a local group is working hard to makes sure no one is hungry this weekend... how they're preparing
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we're learning new details of who may be picked to fill president-elect donald trump's secretary of state seat. who
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partly sunny, breezy and warm on thursday with a record high of 69. the current record is 69. clouds will be on the increase on friday as a powerful storm system moves in. it will be windy with highs
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showers friday afternoon/night. the rain could mix with a few snowflakes or change to a few flurries before ending saturday morning. we have a big cool down for the weekend. wind chills in the 20s all day saturday. thursday: partly sunny, breezy and warm. record: 69 high: 69 wind: s 10-20 mph triple-a is calling it the biggest thanksgiving rush in years! nearly 49 million americans are one million from wisconsin. those are the highest totals since 2007. triple-a says 90 percent of wisconsinites will drive to their holiday destination. experts say the increase is due to an improving economy... consumer confidence... and low gas prices. ...preparing for the feast. a chef-- some m-a-t-c and messmer high school students-- and a couple of officers are beginning to prep at the m-a-t-c culinary arts kitchen. they plan to feed 400 people from the harambee and riverwest neighborhoods this sunday.
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thanksgiving dinner. they're preparing 12 turkeys-- 125 pounds of vegetables-- 75 pounds of stuffing--30 pounds of cranberry chutney. "so heartwarming. our students get to see the end product being eaten and the joy that it brings to people. 18 they know that all that work that they did in the kitchen people appreciate it. :22 the community dinner will be held sunday at the messmer preparatory school cafeteria on fratney messmer students will serve food from noon until 6. it's time to flip the switch! holiday music begins 24-7 on the radio today. 95-point-7 is flipping over to the festive music at noon. and if you need more holiday spirit-- the 103rd annual city christmas tree lighting taking place this evening! the official program
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5:29 at city hall. and also taking place tonight -- the milwaukee holiday light festival kicks off at pere marquette park. lights will be turned on there at 6-30 tonight. our carl deffenbaugh will be there live with a preview starting in our six o'clock hour of wakeup. wildfires-- spreading across six states in the southeast... what health concerns its causing for many communities. a grand jury will hear evidence in the laquan mcdonald case in chicago... how soon subpoenas could be issued. charges are filed against the officer who killed philando summer... what counts he's facing in the incident that sparked days of protests across the country. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. partly sunny and mild with highs in upper 60s. right now . our chance for rain or snow next. you are watching the fox 6
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wakeup news. partly sunny, breezy and warm on thursday with a record high of 69. the current record is 69. clouds will be on the increase on ri system moves in. it will be windy with highs in the mid-60s. we have a chance for rain showers friday afternoon/night. the rain could mix with a few snowflakes or change to a few flurries before ending saturday morning. we have a big cool down for the weekend. wind chills in the 20s all day saturday. thursday: partly sunny, breezy and warm. record: 69 high: 69 wind: s 10-20 mph fire officials are battling major blazes in six states across the ueast.georgia, alabama, kentuck tennessee, and north and south carolina are all affected. this is the scene in lake lure, north carolina-- where just one of more than 30 large wildfires is burning. more than 80,000 acres of land across the states-- now scorched... and skies across the
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air quality is causing health concerns for many communities. the flames are being fueled by unusually dry conditions... and efforts to extinguish the fires are being hampered by a continuing drought... and the constant threat of high winds. in central illinois-- a natural gas explosion leaves one person dead, and several others injured. it happened just before 6 last night. several downtown buildings sustained heavy damage... power was knocked out... and emergency authorities ordered an evacuation of the for several hours after the explosion. a judge in chicago denies bail to a man accused of killing a toddler. two-year-old kyrian knox's dismembered remains were found in a park lagoon last year. police say kyrian's mother moved to iowa and left the baby with 41-year- old kamel harris -- who is a friend of a friend. police believe the lactose-intolerant child ingested milk, causing him to cry for an entire afternoon -- and police say harris snapped.
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arrested him tuesday. the minnesota police officer who shot and killed 32-year old philando castile during a traffic stop in july -- now facing charges.... but first-- new developments this morning in the investigation into an officer-involved shooting in chicago. angelica joins us from the newsroom with the latest. a grand jury will hear evidence on whether the chicago police department covered up the shooting death of laquan mcdonald. mcdonald is the teenager who was shot and killed by officer jason van the incident shows van dyke shooting mcdonald 16 times within seconds of leaving his s-u-v as mcdonald walked away with a knife in his hand. the video contradicts officers' claims the teen lunged at police. a special prosecutor says the grand jury could begin issuing subpoenas next month. in minnesota... the police officer who shot and killed 32-year old philando castile in july... has been charged with manslaughter. saint anthony police officer jeronimo yanez is charged with
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counts of dangerous discharge of a firearm. yanez shot and killed castile after pulling him over for a broken tail light. castile's fiancee says the officer shot castile as he reached for his wallet. she says castile had a license to carry a weapon and that he had been trying to tell yanez about the gun. yanez will make his first court appearance tomorrow. castile's family says they plan to file a civil suit. kim and jessob. back to you. the japanese prime minister will be in new york today to meet with prese the prime minister will likely be looking to confirm that president-elect trump will remain committed to the u-s / japan security alliance. meanwhile-- the president-elect may be looking at south carolina governor nikki haley to be his secretary of state. that's according to a trump transition source. governor haley and president-elect trump are set to meet today - along with former secretary of state henry kissinger and florida governor rick scott...among others. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani has also expressed interest
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and hillary clinton -- making her first post-election speech. clinton was honored at the children's defense fund's "beat the odds" gala at the newseum in washington d-c last night. her speech was part reflection, part pledge to remain strong. she focused on the future and asked her supporters to never give up. forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell as we move to the western side of a departing high and watch a warm front move our way. highs will get into the upper 60s today. we stay mild and breezy overnight with lows in the mid 50s and then quickly warm into the low 60s friday before a cold front arrives. the cold front will drive wind speeds
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temperatures will fall into the 30s for highs and 20s for lows this weekend. there is a chance for some rain on friday, possibly changing over to snow saturday morning. today: partly sunny, breezy and warm. record: 69 high: 68 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy. mph friday: increasing clouds with the chance for showers in the afternoon. windy. high: 64 wind: sw 20-30 mph saturday: rain and/or snow showers in the morning. much colder. windy. am low: 35 high: 38 wind: nw 10-20 mph
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am low: 22 high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 25 high: 44 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with a chance for rain showers at night. am low: 35 high: 46
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officially milwaukee firefighters. the milwaukee fire department held a special graduation ceremony last night at the training academy. the recruits have spent the past 16 weeks preparing physically and mentally. it was an extra special night for one of the recruits. his 93-year-old grandfather-- a world war two veteran-- pinned on his badge. "my grandfather's my hero. i wanted to grow up and be just like him since i was a little little guy, just like my boys and to have him here today meant the world to me." "very, very proud. i had to hug
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of his and i'm so happy i could see it fulfilled." steinke stain-key served as a torpedo man on the uss laws from 1943-1946. president obama names the recipients of the presidential medal of freedom ... tom hanks, dian among the 21 recipients of the medal. the presidential medal of freedom is the nation's highest civilian honor, which is presented to individuals -- who have made major contributions to the nation, or a number of other significant public or private endeavors. the awards will be handed out next tuesday. ahead at five: the milwaukee county transit system-- giving out free rides for a month... how you can enter for your chance to win a golden m-card. and then at six... why many supporters of president-elect donald trump are boycotting
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when a baby falls off a changing table-- his older brother comes to the rescue. we're taking a look at the shocking footage next. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. a warm november day with highs in the
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morning.. partly sunny and mild with highs in upper 60s. right now . our chance for rain or snow next. the internet's first look at the "beauty and the beast" trailer clip went over big! disney says its first full trailer for the live-action fairy tale, opening next march, set a record with more than 127-
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24-hours online. star emma watson posted it on her facebook page, accounting for 27- million of those views. upside inside out she's livin' la vida loca she'll push and pull you down livin' la vida loca ricky martin is livin la vida loca... the singer is engaged to be married! the father of two is conceptional artist jwan yosef. martin says he met his soon to be husband while looking for a piece of new art. the singer says he spotted yosef's work and contacted him in hopes of getting an art piece and found much more. caught on camera... a big brother in florida -- coming to the rescue of his baby brother! take a look... the mom was changing her 11-month-old son when she turned away for a moment... and you can see the infant start to roll off the table. that's when nine-year-old joseph came
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baby in his arms! the mom says she knows she messed up while changing the baby -- but she's very thankful that joseph was there. an elementary school custodian is getting creative with his cleaning technique. and it's a hit with the students. janitor, ron munsey arrives at a new hampshire elementary school just as students are leaving for the day, and overnight, he makes magic happen in the first g vacuuming stripes and squares into the carpet, but soon moved on to bigger designs, like snoopy and charlie brown... he's even made the white house and sports logos-- like the boston
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in 11 years i'm going to be giving a big hug ever and saying i love you to him and its going to be awesome." now at 5- we continue to wait for brendan dassey to be released from prison. the deadline a judge has set for his release...and the emergency motion by the state to stop it. also this morning -- a customer at a store in west allis is recovering after ben during an armed robbery. this as police continue to search for the shooter. we have the latest coming up in a live report. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob's weather partly sunny and very mild today as we move to the western side of a departing high and watch a warm front move our way. highs will get into the upper 60s today. we stay mild and breezy overnight with lows in the mid 50s and then quickly warm into the low 60s friday before a cold front arrives. the cold front will drive wind speeds into the 15-25mph range with gusts to near 40 by saturday. temperatures will fall into the 30s for highs and 20s for lows this weekend. there is a chance

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